The Grand Palace Tokushima

1-60-1 Terashima Hon-cho Nishi, Tokushima, Tokushima, Shikoku, 770-0831, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tokushima

The dojo of Red the Dog and his cheeky monkey

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten

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... the mountain. Narrow paths right through Mamushi land. Add to that a thunderstorm with heavy rain which forced me to camp in the woods on the steep hill. There was another henro taking refuge from the rain and together we watched out for vipers and hoped for a sunny morning. Woke up this morning with no creepy crawlies in my tent and everything was dry which was nice. Hide, the japanese henro was up and about much earlier than me and started the hike on his own. ...

Temple1-12 (aka beer's great after the mountain)

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten

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... Which would prove to be my best gift yet. That day I once again I was fast asleep by 8pm. And once again I woke up the next morning at 4am! Ding ding ding!! Time to go says two itchy feet! Temple 11 and 12 are the pilgrimages first nanshou.. i.e something difficult, unbearable even. The first test. Temple 12 is located at almost 800metres, approx 2600feet. I can hear you hikers n climbers frown.. like its nothing. But it sure felt like something to me. Arthur's seat in Edinburgh ...

Tokushima

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten

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... finishing a sweet miso pork on rice. Yum!! And a cold Kirin to fight off a heat stroke, ha! I wanted to practise my Japanese on the staff but they just giggled. The young boy had of course lived in Canada for a few months and spoke great English. Oh well, better luck next time. Spent the rest of the afternoon down by the river. The only place in town with a light breeze. Even ducks and pigeons were quieter than usual. I was still amazed by the stillness. I had read that the ...

Naruto Whirlpools

A travel blog entry by misocutlet

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... of pictures on the deck. The boat ride lasted only for 20 minutes, but I was satisfied with it.

The next thing on my travel list was a whirlpool observation from the Great Naruto Bridge. That is, I wanted to see whirlpools from a different viewpoint. I got lost a bit on my way, so it took long time to get to the entrance of the observation passage. As soon as I arrived, I quickly bought a ticket and hurried to the point just over whirlpools. ...

Spinning Water

A travel blog entry by russoae

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... pic. My lunch became what I could pick out of their souvenir stand.

I got a ticket and waited in line. The boat could hold 80 people or so. It had a glass bottom and an upper viewing deck. The straights near Naruto form a natural occurring whirl pool that peaks once a month depending on the moon cycle. They ...

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This hotel is located in the Tokushima Station area of Tokushima.
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